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A new study published in the Lancet finds that people who had a higher fiber intake had a 15 to 30 percent decreased risk of disease and mortality and lower bodyweight, blood pressure, and cholesterol compared to those with a lower fiber intake.
HEART disease is a major cause of death in the UK and worldwide, but according to new research, eating a high-fibre diet can slash the risk of the condition and premature death by almost a third.
New research has revealed the majority of people in the world don’t eat a sufficient amount of fibre to prevent life-threatening health conditions such as cancer, stroke and heart disease. According to government guidelines published in July 2015, the average person should consume approximately 30g of fibre a day. However, most adults only manage 60 per cent of their
Review commissioned by WHO says fibre in ‘good’ carbohydrates such as wholegrain bread and oats has protective effect
This cheap and widely available food can be easily found in the supermarket